Agartala Jagannath Temple is a Hindu temple located in Tripura, Agartala in the Indian state. This temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath. The idol of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra sits in this temple. This temple is a famous pilgrimage site located next to the Ujjayanta palace in Agartala. Beautiful and amazing views of Indian culture and Arabic styles can be seen in the architecture of this temple.
Built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya, the Maharaja of Tripura in the 19th century, the temple has four floors with an octagonal base. The temple is adorned with bright orange. A description of Lord Krishna's pastimes can be seen on the walls of the temple. Statues of other Hindu deities are also enshrined in the temple.
This temple attracts thousands of visitors from India and abroad. It is said that the idol of Lord Jagannath or Neel Mahadev installed in Jagannath Puri has been donated by this temple. The architecture of this temple is also notable, whose structure is decorated with bright orange structured peaks and its pillars are decorated with chakras and pyramidal angular figures. This temple provides accommodation for devotees coming from outside Agartala in its own premises.